19 posts • joined Friday 30th April 2010 12:23 GMT
That's got to be tricky.
The Nexus 4 has a stock keyboard that operates in the same way (i.e. like swype, swiftkey, flextT9)
Anyone know if it's swype or something different?
Jelly Bean arrived on my Nexus S
It was pushed out to me last weekend.
The UI is apparently quicker though I've never had a problem with the UI speed in the past anyway. Some apps definitely appear more sluggish than on ICS though which is a shame.
I'll stick with it for the time being though as it's still nice to use.
Grabbing seems pretty rubbish though.
When I used to play Elite I just used to line myself up along the rotational axis of the space station, start to turn at the same rate and fire my thrusters. Being picked up by the scruff of the neck doesn't seem to have the same sense of flair.
Feedback at the fingertips
I wonder if the technology could be used to provide Braille to the blind.
Sharing the kernel with ubuntu would be nice
I like the idea of running this on a device like this.
Could be the ideal combo for a functional laptop/leisure tab all-in-one device.
libiq_client.so and libiq_service.so in /system/lib
Not on my UK purchased Nexus S
They already use this tech
..in Picassa 3. It reliably found hundreds of pics of me and mine at various ages from my photo collection.
I haven't played around with the online albums with Picassa at all so far but when I uploaded these albums to Google+ it didn't seem to upload the tagging data along with the album.
When someone else manually tagged a face in one of my photos though, that tag was posted around the circles the album was shared with.
This doesn't sound too bad but the owner of the face wasn't asked permission.
Does anyone know if this also affects non-profits?
@ debaser & geronimo hashbucket
Thanks for the advise - I'll try them both.
Banshee, Rhythmbox, Amarok all too slow
I've got just under 500Gb of mp3 encoded audio and Banshee, Rhythmbox, Amarok all lock up from time to time when navigatnig around the library, managing playlists and/or playing music.
I need something that can handle a reasonably sized collection more on a lowish spec machine efficiently (atom processor with 3Gb ram).